There are plenty of heart-healthy Valentine’s Day Dessert Recipes that are rich in flavor but still healthy and heart-friendly. If you can’t go fancy restaurant to eat at, don’t worry. These rich and savory recipes will make your sweetheart feel as special as they are to you. The day is all about celebrating love, connection, positive feelings, and creating happy memories. Sharing food is a wonderful way to validate these positive feelings and create happy memories, especially since it is Valentine’s Day. Sweets are particularly appropriate since the day is about love. These vegan Valentine’s Day dessert recipes taste great, are easy to make, and are dairy and egg-free, so they have fewer calories and fat compared to other sweet treats.
Best Valentine Day Vegan Dessert Recipes
Our Valentine’s Day dessert recipes are sure to make you and your partner smile with our healthy vegan desserts. Let’s start with our first Valentine’s Day dessert recipes.
1. Chocolate & Walnut Brownies
Valentine’s Day is right around the corner, so let’s celebrate with healthy vegan brownies made with an assortment of tasty, nutritious ingredients that will elevate your mood and love.
- All-Purpose Flour 250 gm
- Baking Powder 1 Tsp
- Sugar (Caster) 105 gm
- Cocoa Powder 2 Cup
- Chocolate Soy Powder 1 Cup
- Salt 1/4 Tsp
- Maple Syrup 65 ml
- Vegan milk 60 ml
- Vegetable oil 50 ml
- Chocolate Chips 90 gm
- Dry Fruit (Small Chopped) 40 gm
How to Make
- Place a rack in the middle of the oven and heat to 180C. Prepare a baking dish by coating it with vegetable oil and setting it aside. In a medium bowl, combine all the dry ingredients, including the flour, sugar, Organic Cacao Powder, baking powder, and Chocolate Soy Protein Isolate.
- Whisk together the Maple Syrup, Vegan milk, and vegetable oil in a large bowl. Add the wet ingredients to the flour mixture. Fold in the chocolate chips and dry fruits.
- In the prepared baking dish, scrape the batter and smooth it out.
- For best results, bake for 33 to 36 minutes (until a knife comes out clean after poking). Cool the baking dish on a wire rack for 35-40 minutes before serving.
- Serve and enjoy the dish with your partner or family.
- If not serving immediately, cool completely, cover tightly, and store at room temperature.
2. Peanut Batter Chocolate Tart
There is nothing better than the salty crunch of the roasted peanuts, the smooth chocolate peanut butter filling, and the sticky caramel sauce drizzling over the top. This also elevates your Mood and Love.
- Salted Roasted Peanuts 1 cup
- Oats (Gluten-Free) 5 cup
- Salt 1/5 Tsp.
- Coconut Oil 15 ml
- Maple Syrup 5 cup
- Coconut Milk 425 ml
- Vegan Dark Chocolate (Melt 110 ml
- Peanut butter 30 gm
- Dry Fruits (chopped) 1/2 cup
How to Make
- The crust should be ready by the time you preheat the oven to 350°F. Grease a 9-inch pie dish and cut two long, 2-inch wide strips of parchment paper. Place these strips over the pie dish in a crisscross pattern. This will make the tart easier to remove after it has been frozen.
- Peanuts, oats, and salt should be processed together to a coarse crumb in a food processor. Once combined, add the coconut oil and maple strip to form a dough that sticks together when you press it between your fingers, but not too much so.
- Add a small amount of water if it’s too dry and process again.
- Press your fingers into the center of the dough, then move outward and up the sides until it is evenly distributed on the pie dish. To release steam while baking, poke the base of the crust seven or eight times using a fork to release steam. If the dough begins to stick to your hands, dampen your hands lightly and shake them off.
- Cover and bake for 13-17 minutes, until the top is golden brown. Let it cool completely before filling apply.
- Add coconut milk to a small pot after scooping out the solidified portions. Discard 1/3 cup of the coconut water from the can, adding the remaining portions to the pot.
- Then add the maple syrup, peanut butter, and salt, and whisk until smooth. Heat on medium; add chocolate, and cook, stirring occasionally, until melted.
- Once the filling has firmed up, pour it into the cooled crust. Carefully place the resulting pie on a flat surface in your freezer. Allow the pie to set for 5-6 hours or until solid; if you want to freeze it for longer, cover it with foil after it has been frozen for 5 hours.
- Before serving, let the tart sit on the counter for five minutes. Remove the tart with the parchment paper before cutting it into slices and serving with peanut butter and chopped peanuts.
- Enjoy this awesome tart with your family and partner.
3. Vanilla Rosewater Custard
It’s a sweet mini dessert that’s best served in shot glasses at your next party and is layered between layers of vanilla cookie crumbs. Your valentine will want seconds of it.
- Vegan Vanilla Yogurt 300 gm
- Cooked Red Lentils 1 cup
- Silken Tofu 5 cup
- Vanilla 1 Tsp
- Rosewater 2 Tsp
- Sugar (Powder) 1/2 cup
- Vegan vanilla cookies crumb 2 cup
How to Make
- In a food processor, blend everything but the cookies crumbs for about 8 to 10 minutes. Take a few minutes to scrape the bowl every now and then to ensure everything is smooth.
- The crumbs should be layered on the bottom of 8 small custard cups, followed by a layer of the tofu mixture, more crumbs, another layer of tofu, and ending by coating everything completely in the cookie crumbs.
- Pour the custard into the fridge at least 2 hours before you serve them, as the mixture will thicken up when refrigerated. They will keep covered for a few days.
4. Peanut Butter Crunch Bar
Easy peanut butter crunch bars made with just 3 ingredients! Crunchy peanut butter, rich chocolate, and crispy rice cereal bring together the smooth texture of creamy peanut butter and the crunchy crunch of rice cereal for a decadent, satisfying snack that’s also good for you. You can make these types of delicious Vegan Recipes at home.
- Peanut Butter 1 cup
- Chocolate Chips 1/2 cup
- Vegan Cereals 2/3 cup
How to Make
- The baking pan should be lined with parchment paper or wax paper. It should be left at room temperature until later; you will need it in the freezer.
- If you prefer not to use a double boiler, melt the chocolate using the microwave. Place the chocolate chips and peanut butter into a microwave-safe bowl and microwave in 20-second increments until softened and melted. Stir constantly between heating increments until smooth.
- Pour the cereal mixture into the baking pan. Using the spatula, mix well to incorporate the cereal. Smooth the mixture into an even layer. Tap the pan a few times to help evenly distribute the mixture.
- Place this pan in the freezer and freeze for 35-45 minutes until firm. Cut the frozen block into mini squares.
- Serve it with your loved ones or you can store it for 4-5 days in freeze.
5. Vegan Chocolate Almond Date Truffles
Try this delicious dessert at home for your partner to celebrate this valentine’s day special.
- Almond (Sliced) 1 cup
- Date(Chopped) 1 Cup
- Cocoa Powder 1/2 cup
- Salt A Pinch
- Sugar 2 cup
- Vanilla Extract 3 Tsp.
- Coconut (Shredded) 1/2 Tsp.
How to Make
- The raw almonds should have a crumbly texture when processed in a food processor. Add the dates, cacao powder, vanilla, almond extract, and sea salt to make a fine meal.
- Using a food processor or blender, combine and blend until smooth and easily binds. If it is too dry, add a little water a tablespoon at a time.
- Put the mixture in a bowl. Spoon out tablespoonfuls of mixture and roll into balls.
- Roll the truffles until well coated in the coatings and then place them in shallow dishes.
- Put the covered mixture in the refrigerator until it’s ready to serve.